At 10/1/12 05:38 AM, The-Great-One wrote:
At 10/1/12 01:40 AM, oobooglunk wrote:
Sorry, but I don't have enough years to spare.Humor me then.
*WARNING! WALL OF TEXT AHEAD!*
It would be faster to say which games don't fit into the continuity e.g. prequels and spinoffs: Sonic Triple Trouble and Sonic Drift 2 both come before Sonic CD, since Metal Sonic hasn't been killed and revived yet (see Sonic CD and Sonic 4: Episode 2). Thus, Sonic Chaos and Sonic Drift (the respective prequels to the above games) also come before Sonic CD. The latter game, in turn, comes before Sonic 2 due to reasons that I previously mentioned on this thread, although it spans a vast area of the continuity due to time travel. There's a bunch of spinoffs, too, but they are far too numerous to mention. Also, Classic Sonic jumps from Sonic 2 to either Sonic Adventure, Sonic 3D Blast, or Sonic 4: Episode 1 (I'm not sure). The latter game, incidentally, occurs sometime after Sonic & Knuckles. I won't say it comes directly after Sonic & Knuckles, since it already refers to Dr. Robotnik as Dr. Eggman, but it's somewhere around there, I think. Sonic Pocket Adventure, a spinoff game for the SNK Neo Geo Pocket Color (this website started as a Neo Geo fan page, so give it respect), has Classic Sonic gain green eyes and Eggman change from his old design to his new design throughout the course of the game, so it's safe to assume that it takes place right after Sonic Generations (from Classic Sonic's perspective). That's enough for now, but I might continue later.